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those in harm's way at clackamas town center. city and at portland police will help any way we can. also we have one from governor kitzhaber, who says my thoughts are with the victims and families of the clackamas shooting. i'm making all state resources available. again, just tweets are streaming in as well as well as messages to our facebook page. a lot of them offering their thoughts and their prayers. i'm also monitoring some tweets from our own colleague, kyle iboshi. he has been tweeting that family members are out there in the parking lot, looking for their loved ones, hoping that they're okay, trying to get any information at all. and just basically thoughts, prayers, folks wanting to know what is going on. and giving their sentiments to the folks that are inside this mall. the witnesses, loved ones of those witnesses, and of course all the officers and the law enforcement that is involved. of course, we'll be out here monitoring the tweets, and we'll keep them coming and let you know what we know here from the newsroom. send it back to you. >> all right, thanks, keely. i do want
for tougher laws. >> it's time that we as a city, a state, a country get backed up and say we support our men and women in law enforcement community and then not have the laws on the books that help you do your job every day. and it's time, as a city, we have an assault weapon ban. >> it's time we, as a state, have an assault weapon ban. it's time we as a country have an assault weapon ban. and i would hope that the leadership in congress would now have a vote of conscious. >> members of congress are feeling the pressure. some pro-gun senators understand things need to change. senator harry reid of nevada has received some stellar grades from the national rifle association, despite being democrats. he said every idea should be on the table. senator warner told the washington post there's got to be a way to put reasonable ideas on the table. senator manchin is one of the nra's brightest stars on capitol hill. the nra endorsed him in his 2010 west virginia senate race. manchin filled a campaign ad where he filed a bullet through the copy of the cap and trade bill. now manchin is open to the sna
in the state since 1997. steel dynamics was already in 19 indiana cities. seal corp. usa expanded because of $340,000 in economic incentives. whayne supply company expanded operations after the state of indiana provided $450,000 in refunds. yet all four of these companies were cited as examples of how right to work brought jobs to the state of indiana. governor mitch daniels specifically said mbc group created jobs in indiana because of right to work. that's false. the mbc group denied it. the truth is not a single company says it came to indiana because of right to work, according to the report. there is more. indiana has been losing jobs to states that don't have right to work laws. manitowoc is closing its indiana facility and moving to cleveland, ohio. diamond foods is closing its indiana facility and going west to california. whirlpool is moving jobs to michigan. a decision that was obviously made before michigan's right to work law was passed. geknight closed its facilities and moved its jobs to neighboring state illinois. governor snyder didn't lie all of the time. here's something
whatsoever. here in new york, here in new york city, the laws are about as strict as they are anywhere in the country. so how do we strike this balance? >> you strike a balance by saying look, anyone has a right to firearms that are reasonably related to self-defense there is a license for that and hunting and sports. but no one has a right to have military-style firearms that are designed to kill large numbers of people as rapidly as possible. common sense says that. and people in rural areas will recognize that too. everybody wants their kids to be safe. >> sure. >> and the fact is they're having more and more of these outrages. you know, as i've said before, we had a maniac attack an elementary school in china last friday, the same day as newtown, but no one was killed. >> that's a talking point that is out there quite a bit. the bottom line is the american people are ready for change. will the congress walk in lockstep with the american people in this? that's the big question. congressman jerrold nadler, great to have you with us tonight. thank you so much. remember to answer tonig
that the law enforcement and the mayors, the political people, if you will in a city can say okay, where are the red flags? and what can we do when we spot the red flags? >> this morning you said on msnbc a 1-800 number. we need more than that. now you'd be saying to put federal grant money to help out mental health so we could have better gun control in this country? >> yes. and that's part of the national institutes of health. that's one of the things they're talking about there is a 1-800 number out there right now. and let me say that should not be the end-all. but i think a piece of it where you have somebody who is acting peculiar and doing something, and you want to find out, okay, is this, you know, we got to be very sensitive of course to privacy issues and so forth. but i think to get more information, just as you would do on substance abuse and addiction, i think that's a reasonable step. >> congressman jack kingston of georgia with me earlier today. i certainly appreciate him taking the time to speak with us. congressman kingston's willingness to put federal money into mental
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